loss of speech



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Effiford

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has anyone heard of someone losing their speech temporarily due to diabetes type 2?? Please e-mail
to me privately as well as to the group because i dont know if i am suscribed to the group properly
thanks [email protected]
 
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Karen.G

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I don't know about type 2 but with type 1 I had a bad insulin overdose one time and temporarily lost
my memory and speech. Many people do not know that a low blood sugar affects the brain.

karen

[email protected] (effiford) wrote in message
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> has anyone heard of someone losing their speech temporarily due to diabetes type 2?? Please e-mail
> to me privately as well as to the group because i dont know if i am suscribed to the group
> properly thanks [email protected]
 
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Sleepyman

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On 31 Jan 2004 15:56:27 -0800, [email protected] (effiford) wrote:

>has anyone heard of someone losing their speech temporarily due to diabetes type 2?? Please e-mail
>to me privately as well as to the group because i dont know if i am suscribed to the group properly
>thanks [email protected]

I had that symptom once early into my Dx. I was taken to the ER. I had missed my meds, and was
severely hypoglycemic and dehydrated. A shot of insulin, and a saline IV, I was good as new in about
6-8 hours N.B. This was just me, I have no idea if it is applicable to you!

Sleepy

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Beav

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"karen.g" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I don't know about type 2 but with type 1 I had a bad insulin overdose one time and temporarily
> lost my memory and speech. Many people do not know that a low blood sugar affects the brain.

I suspect most diabetics do though.

Beav